Two dancers demonstrate the life events of the “perfect human” performing the daily rituals of an examined life as if under the anthropological scrutiny of an artist/scientist.
The surreal journey of a single female character moving in and out of abstracted fantasy.
This room contains our objects of desire.
Objects, sounds, and the body accumulate to create a density that ultimately reveals a new performative landscape.
The body is transformed by the "ritual" needs of the present. What are the artifacts of ceremony?
a crisis of expression of a man both in the act of telling a story, and inhabiting a story himself.
An interactive installation meditating on the forgotten places
The first of a series of video/sculpture installations redefining everyday places through the bodies that inhabit them. Room 1 is the bedroom.
A non-linear narrative based on Lady Macbeth.
A portable sculptural performance installation that investigates the illusion of safety
This dance theatre work collides the imagistic dance of Japanese Butoh and American hip-hop/break dancing as well as innovative video and music.
Making a Disaster contemplates the history of the United State’s nuclear testing program.
A meta-performative video/sound installation blurring the lines of violence, intimacy, and viewership.
Unlike any other visual image, a photograph is not a rendering, an imitation or an interpretation of its subject, but actually a trace of it.
The twins in the video conjure roles of lovers, sisters, and mother/child struggling with their ambivalence to attach or detach.
Love and murder in Salzburg
A performance event that brings nano science to life through innovative choreography and site-specific improvisation.
A digitally enhanced image of the impaled female body finds symmetry through metamorphosis.
a dance for the camera that negotiates the space between a dancer and a moving vehicle.
A solo dancer glacially moves through a video landscape of the body in crisis.
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